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Wärtsilä propulsion solutions continue to be the fishing vessels’ choice

Finnish-based technology provider Wärtsilä, has won a contract from Scottish-based Lunar Fishing Co Ltd, to replace its existing “Luna bow” purse signer trawler with a new ship of the same name. The replacement vessel is being built at the Karstensens Skibsvaerft shipyard in Denmark and the order with Wärtsilä was […]

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Engineers, Gas, Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Shipping

Wärtsilä wins contract to equip new Viking Line ferry

Finish based technology group Wärtsilä has won a contract to supply the engines, navigation system and a broad range of other related products and systems for Viking Line’s new environmentally friendly ferry, currently under construction at the Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry yard in China. The order with Wärtsilä was booked in […]

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Engineers, Environment, International Maritime Organization, Research and development, Shipping

Coldharbour Marine launches new ballast water treatment system for large vessels

Nicholas Newman MEOT December 2017 British based manufacturer of ballast water treatment systems, Coldharbour Marine, has just launched a new treatment process, designed specifically for large dry bulk vessels and all carriers. The treatment, available from the company’s existing inert gas based GLD™ treatment plant, is designed to meet the […]

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Design, Energy, Engineers, Health and Safety, Innovation, National Grid, Pipelines, Technology

How drones are aiding the energy sector

Nicholas Newman Eniday October 2017 Drones play a vital role in many parts of the global energy sector… They are used to inspect and assess the condition of assets, such as energy distribution networks, power plants, pipelines and rigs. They are replacing humans in a variety of dangerous tasks, thus reducing risk […]

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America, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Central Asia, coal, Eastern Europe, Engineers, Eniday, Gas, Gulf States, Industrial journalism

Energy shifts to a buyer’s market

Nicholas Newman eniday October 2017 A major shift of power is underway in the world’s oil and gas markets… Until 2008, oil and gas producers were “market makers.” This meant they could fix prices and decide their output’s final destination. Also, until recently, oil and gas companies restricted gas wholesalers from […]

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